Self-Help

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To Hold the Sun

Rating: 3.5
A journalist is sent to interview a mysterious man with interesting ideas about the brain, its functions,and how to take advantage of its capabilities and limitations to work positive change in one's life.
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Mending the Net

Rating: 3.5
A self-help book designed to help those who grew up in difficult families find inner and outer peace and happiness.
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New Art of Dying

Rating: 4.5
An instruction manual designed to provide guidance in planning end-of-life care for oneself or family members.
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Word Up! How to Write Powerful Sentences and Paragraphs

Rating: 5
Despite the digital age touting the assurance of spell check to keep things running smooth, the need for strong grammar skills remains unchanged. If you want to move to the next level in life, you must be able to convey a clear thoughtful message to another person.
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Out of the Rabbit Hole

Rating: 4.5
OUT OF THE RABBIT HOLE clearly explains what OCD is, how it damages a person's life and well-being, and how it can be fought through cognitive-behavioral therapy.
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Bad Boyfriends

Rating: 4
Author Jeb Kinnison applies attachment theory to relationships in order to advise the reader on how to find personality types that suit them well in a loving partnership.
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Me Time

Rating: 4
ME TIME by Jennifer Beall strikes the right balance between sympathy and constructive healing. Beall not only addresses the reader with the right mix of understanding and advice, it does so in a highly organized, easy-to-read format.
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Connected To Goodness

Rating: 3
This is an exhausting yet energizing tale of one man empowered. Attorney-sports marketer David Meltzer tells a good story – his, primarily, of the rags to riches to rags to riches kind, underscored by his dedication to what he calls connected to goodness.
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The Boomer Survivor Kit

Rating: 2
THE BOOMER SURVIVOR KIT tackles a myriad of problems in one large volume. Not only a self-help book, it is a memoir of the author’s journey to a meaningful life.
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Got A Bad Boss?

Rating: 3
There’s an endemic of bad bosses in the workplace, no question. And Dr. Nelson’s tips on how to handle the seven different manager types is spot on.
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Optimal Living 360

Rating: 5
Drawing from, and blending together his MBA and experience as a medical doctor, author, Dr. Sanjay Jain has put together a concise, yet comprehensive balanced life program.
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Flow Forward*

Rating: 4
Author Debra Dane draws on her study of numerous religious philosophies, yoga and her experience as a professional Counselor in this smooth and uncomplicated guidebook to finding your way, staying on your path through the hard times, becoming resilient and learning to appreciate your life.
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Destination Happiness

Rating: 4
In her latest self-help guide, DESTINATION HAPPINESS, Alice Inoue inspires us with her own clever and in depth solution to attaining a state of happiness.
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Smile: Sell More with Amazing Customer Service

Rating: 5
Author Kirt Manecke offers what he dubs “The Essential 60-Minute Crash Course” in a slender paperback sporting a sharp-looking cover in blue with yellow highlights of the word ‘Smile’.
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The Dragon In Me

Rating: 3
This is a wise book (albeit one which could benefit from an editor), full of good advice about managing tragedy, addiction, and recovery, told from the point of view of one deeply affected by other people's addictions.
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Choose Yourself!

Rating: 3
Choose Yourself! is a how-to manual about surviving the current economic collapse by stepping out of societally-established bounds and choosing your own passion and your own good over working for someone else.
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Cyberslammed

Rating: 5
Cyberslammed is a manual designed to help parents, school administrators, and kids deal with the risks and results of online bullying.
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Talk to Me: Workplace Conversations that Work

Rating: 3.5
“Talk to Me” mixes fictional situations that highlight the principles illustrated in the stories and offers practical exercises as a follow up.
IndieReader Top 10 - Life Code
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Life Code

Rating: 4.5
It is hard to picture a person who cannot find anything of benefit in this book, and much of it seems both wise and sensible.
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The I Factor

Rating: 3
Authors Paul N. Weinberg and Dr. Susan A. Dyer’s “how to” on building healthy relationships offering advice on various issues that arise in relationships and impede intimacy.
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APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur - How To Publish a Book

Rating: 5
Kawasaki, the author of 11 previous books, and Welch, an author and developer of several iOS apps, look at self-publishing from every angle, leaving no stone unturned.
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What's Your Book?

Rating: 5
WHAT’S YOUR BOOK? is a concise and no-nonsense guide to managing the basics-from understanding your hurdles and completing your writing project to following through with publishing and marketing.
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Grade A Baby Eggs

Rating: 5
A fascinating, often funny memoir chronicling author Victoria Hopewell’s three-year baby-making mission.